LI'AMANAIA "LEE" AFUVAI
LI'AMANAIA LEE AFUVAI Beloved husband, devoted father and grandfather, faithful brother, adored uncle and cousin, and dedicated friend, LI'AMANAIA "Lee" AFUVAI peacefully went to Heaven in the early evening on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at his family home in Kailua, Hawaii at the age of 75. Born April 12th, 1939 in Aua, American Samoa to Li'ava'a Mauga Afuvai and Fa'asala (Alo Noa) Afuvai. He is survived by his wife, Jeanne and his daughters Lisa Afuvai, Colleen (Nathan Solidum) and Louanne (Leonard Tobera), his brother Ma'i (Cheryl Quadlander) and sister Fa'afaleai "Fale," eleven grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. Lee was also the father figure to his many nieces and nephews. Lee was a respected and loved business man in Waikiki for three decades and most famously known during the epic era of disco as the head of "The Point After" in the seventies. In the eighties he started his career in state government working for Governor Waihee and continuing on to serve in the Cayetano and Lingle administrations. Lee is best known for taking care of people and did so without recognition or fanfare. Visitation will take place on Wednesday, November 12th at Hawaiian Memorial Park in Kaneohe from 10:00 to 11:30 am. Services will follow at 12:00 noon and burial at 2:00pm. Aloha attire. Lee's wishes were no Fa'a Samoa.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased